Snover Dhillon: The man with a Fearless Golden Heart

In these times of emergency, his organization distributed blankets, radios, food and medicines to all those who didn’t have basic food essentials to keep their life going from within the safe walls of their house. There are hundreds who called at odd hours to request for medicines from sub-urban cities of Brampton, but Snover Dhillon and his team made sure every call was answered and every need met with.

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City of Brampton to reopen all parks on June 11, with safety restrictions

With guidance from Peel Public Health, the City of Brampton will reopen all 500+ parks on Thursday, June 11. This includes open shade and picnic shelters, benches, leash-free dog parks, White Spruce Park disc golf course, and skate parks (excluding at Chinguacousy Park). Parks will close at 10 PM every night. Tennis and pickleball courts, Peel Village Golf Course and Brampton Cemetery also remain open.

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Ontario Creates Premier’s Council on Equality of Opportunity

Today, the Ontario government announced the Premier’s Council on Equality of Opportunity, a new advisory group that will provide advice on how young people can overcome social and economic barriers and achieve success. The council will also advise government on long-term actions that can be taken to support youth during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Experience Brampton! City of Brampton is developing its first Tourism Strategy

The strategy will address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Brampton’s tourism sector and identify opportunities to increase local tourism, where residents can travel in and explore their own city. According to the Tourism Information Association of Ontario, local and regional tourism is expected to be a crucial contributor to the Ontario tourism sector’s short-term economic recovery.

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Brampton Mayor urges residents to stop the “reckless” behaviour

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown is urging residents to stop the “reckless” behaviour after more than a dozen charges were laid in relation to “backyard parties” over the past week. He said between May 26 and June 1, a total of 56 charges were laid against people not following municipal and provincial orders put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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